Parent Education Workshop Series
St. John School and Mother Elaine are pleased to announce a new Parent Education Workshop Series for 2018/19. All programs are FREE to parents and will take place at St. John School. Advance registration is required on the attached form.More information or additions to the program will be provided shortly on the St. John School website under “Current Families”.
Click here to apply. Deadline: Friday prior to each seminar date.
- Thursday, November 8, 2018 @ 6.30-8pm – St. John School
Anxiety: The Monster Among Us Alicia Farrell, PHD
More children than ever seem to be struggling with anxiety. This parent workshop is designed to address why and what we can do about it. Many questions will be answered such as why are there more children struggling with anxiety than past generations, what is the difference between stress and anxiety, what is healthy vs. age appropriate anxiety, is anxiety genetic, environmental or both, and what specific skills and techniques can you use to help your children become confident and courageous in the face of their anxiety. These topics and more will be discussed by Alicia Farrell, PHD and founder of Clearview Consulting.
For more information on the program, visit aliciafarrellphd.com
- January, 2019 (Date TBA) – St. John School
Education Investment Planning for K-12 & College Bill Tait, CFP®
It is never too late to establish a financial plan for your child’s education. With the introduction of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, education planning is evolving and changing. Come along to discuss education planning, including the expanded role of 529 plans. There will bean opportunity for open discussion and Q&A at the end of the hour-long session.
- March, 2019 (Date TBA) – St. John School
Anxiety, Mood, and Behavior Disorders; the Healing Power of Nutrition
Lisa Hyatt. M.S.,CNS, LDN
Come learn and discuss how the foods we eat are connected to our mental health. You will gain knowledge in understanding how the gut and brain connect, the role of food allergies in mental health, and basic food choices that can contribute to your child’s mental wellness. For more information, visit lisahyatthealth.com.